Amazon Store Special Offer – $500 Off!

We currently have a special offer up on our local Craigslist, and thought we’d offer this $500 off special to folks outside our local area as well.

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Amazon store for Flying Lizard Motorsports, showing our product photography

Here’s the scoop — get an Amazon-hosted store setup plus matching on-white product photos: $1,000 (normally $1,500). This offer is good for up to 10 SKUs (10 photos). For the product photos you will need to arrange to get the products to our studio in Salem, Oregon (if return shipping is needed that will be done using one of your shipping numbers). This price is for fees you pay to us.

(You will also pay fees directly to Amazon (currently their pricing is $39.99/month plus a percentage of each transaction — this assumes you will be doing your own fulfillment).

Go to http://smart-racing-products.hostedbywebstore.com to see a live store.

Sale price available through August 31, 2013. Give us a call at 503-399-4774 (or email us at tamra@crendo.com) to get started.

Seasonal advertisements

As you go about advertising your product or service keep in mind that you don’t need to have every ad be about a discount — sometimes you can get great traction just from combining an announcement about a new product with an ad that reflects the time of year or the nearest holiday. We created a set of coordinating ads to be used on Facebook, in an html email, on the website, and as part of the footer for the regular html news announcements that this client sends out.

new gear ad for html email to customers

This image went out to customers as a stand-alone html email.

advertisement for website

This image appears on the client’s home page and on several sub pages to draw internal clicks to their online store.

 

OSBEELS Oregon Logo Design

OSBEELS approached us to design a logo for use on marketing materials. They especially needed a symbol that could be used for booth decoration when at trade shows and conferences where they were providing information to potential engineering students. We enjoyed this Oregon logo design project — it was fun to figure out a way to describe engineering and land surveying in symbols. The blue color for their logo design came from the blue already in use in their newsletter and on their business cards. The wavy line, curved triangles, and grid lines were all inspired by samples they showed of land surveying and engineering documents.